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In this paper, we introduce a novel stylus capable of displaying two haptic effects to the user. The first effect is a tactile flow effect up and down along the pen, and the other is a rotation effect about the long axis of the pen. The flow effect is based on the haptic illusion of “apparent tactile motion”, while the rotation effect comes from the(More)
With the emergence of pen-enabled tablets and mobile devices, stylus-based interaction has been receiving increasing attention. Unfortunately, styluses available on the market today are all passive instruments that are primarily used for writing and pointing. The article describes a novel stylus, HaptiStylus, which is capable of conveying certain(More)
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